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rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle
rare antique english holland & sons country house walnut armchair circa 1843 suppliers to buckingham palace & windsor castle

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Rare Antique English Holland & Sons Country House Walnut Armchair Circa 1843 Suppliers To Buckingham Palace & Windsor Castle

£850.00

An exceptionally rare & beautiful Holland and Sons Country House armchair dating from 1843. Numerous works of Holland & Sons are held in the V&A Museum. The first choice by the elite of London & Royalty/Royal Family. Holland & Sons supplied Balmoral Castle, Buckingham Palace, Osbourne House, Carlton House & Windsor Castle. Holland & Sons were also commissioned by The Duke Of Wellington, Isambard Brunel, Lord Leighton & Speakers House Westminster. Having researched the back catalogue of Holland & Sons Cabinet makers & the knowledge of over 40 years of experience in the trade, this is one of the very first models to be produced from their newly opened premises at 19 Marylebone Street. Opened in 1843 with additional manufactory workshops at 38 Broad Street, Golden Square London. We can pin point this model of chair to cabinet maker John Mills who was employed by William Holland who took over the firm of Taprell & Holland & changed the name to Holland and Sons in 1843.  From 1843 onwards Holland and sons were at the forefront of the movement for improvement in design as well as production of furniture. They were involved with Henry Cole’s Summerly Art Manufactures scheme in the 1840s, made and exhibited the ‘Repose’ armchair at the 1848 Society of Arts Exposition. Ground breaking in both design and manufacture for the time. This chair is completely original sleepy condition ready for reupholstery. We offer an in house upholstery service at extra cost if required. To recover in hand dyed aged leather approximate cost is £1,500. To recover/upholsterer in fabric approximate cost £850. Please contact us prior to purchase if you require this in house service. Lead time for turnaround is approximately 6-8 weeks.

Chairs of this calibre rarely come to the open market &  in the rare instance these chairs have been advertised they have achieved high sale prices. Historic auction house sales have exceeded the guide prices significantly.

Inject glamour & style into any setting with this beautiful statement chair. Exceptionally comfortable with sprung base and wide seat area. 

83cm full height x 66cm full width x 70cm full depth x seat height 31cm no seat cushion so will be 41cm with new seat cushion x seat width 50cm x seat depth 50cm

As a genuine antique / vintage item there is wear and use commensurate with age.  Some wooden products may have signs of historic woodworm. As a precaution we apply a clear triple action woodworm treatment that also kills wet rot, dry rot and woodworm. Please look at all the images carefully and ask any questions pre purchase as we do not unfortunately offer refunds due to the size and shipping costs of our antiques/items.  All our items are available on line at Search & Rescued and other online stores.